Sometimes you need to take the time to really inhale the fragrance of things along your path.
It’s “Stop and Smell the Roses” syndrome.
As runners, we often forget the path we are on because the peak ahead is so breathtaking.
SASTR syndrome hit me recently.
My group of calorie burners, who allow me to sweat and complain at various meetings in the wild, were anticipating a long adventure over another mountain path.
One of the more accomplished members of our group said it could be the last time we are able to run the ridge for a while.